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, effectively fire elected officials. then "detropia." and looks at post industrial detroit and its struggle to survive. >> i am out there at 8:00, 7:30. i don't be late for anyone. what am i to do when all i have is the bus? please, please, don't take our transportation away. >> we will also look at the obama administration support for indefinite detention at home and abroad with logger marcy wheeler here in grand rapids. all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. we are broadcasting from grand rapids, michigan. the occupy wall street of the celebrated its first anniversary on monday with actions in new york city and other cities across the country. in manhattan, protesters tried to block access to the new york stock exchange by erecting a people's wall. >> today is occupy wall street's birthday, and we are celebrating. we are rising above all of the corruption and police brutality that has happened already. i, myself, had never in all my 57 years seen anything like zuccotti park. i personally have been waiting for
was expected to meet with detroit mobster and a new jersey labor leader. well, according to urban legends, the one-time union tough guy is buried somewhere from giants stadium to the florida everglades, under gm headquarters or maybe in cement in freeways from new york to detroit. well, now the seemingly and never-ending search for hoffa is taking police to the driveway of an unassuming house in roseville, michigan, just outside of detroit. today they drilled through the pavement under a shed and took a soil sample to see if any human remains are there. james berlin is the police chief. chief, what was found? >> today there was no discernible human remains in the samples we brought up. but we're going to have that tested by a forensic anthropologist at michigan state university to see if there are any evidence of human remains in the samples. >> okay. so what led you all to this driveway in the first place? what was it about a tipsters advice that seemed credible enough to you? >> well, we had an individual come forward who claimed he witnessed a body being enturned in ts location 35 some
toward philly may see a chance for showers later tonight at 1:00 or 2:00. detroit you are getting showers for your morning commute. not big time heavy rain, but enough to get the windshield wipers on. there are breaks in the showers as you channel back toward the west. we'll likely see it fill in across the state of ohio. daytime heating will help get the showers going. the on shore flow on the east coast. we'll talk about a few other showers and the temperatures you can expect when you step out the door. >> thank you. >>> stimulus and wall street. the creative motion frowned upon by police. your look at business headlines is straight ahead. >>> the packers get back on track. no news is bad news for the nhl. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. up. a short word that's a tall order. up your game. up the ante. and if you stumble, you get back up. up isn't easy, and we ought to know. we're in the business of up. everyday delta flies a quarter of million people while investing billions improving everything from booking to baggage claim. we're raising the bar on flying and tomorrow we will u
waiting a long time to see this game. detroit up one. a grounder to short. perfect double play ball or so it seemed. omar infante air mailed the toss to first. in came two and chicago grabbed the lead. white sox increase their lead in the central in three games, 5-4 lead. >>> in the a.l. east the orioles inched closer to the yankees. baltimore scored three in the first, four in the second. they're just a half game back after a big win in seattle. the orioles are duking it out with the yankees and the rays may be down for the count. alex kolb had a no hitter. jacoby ellsbury left the yard in a hurry. red sox win it 5-2. >>> that's your early look at sports on "early today." i'm fred roggin. >>> lady gaga takes floral arranging to a whole new level. your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, meet a high school football phenom who's running right into the record books. you're watching "early today." >>> we are talking rain across the east coast, and with it comes some warm air. it's actually warm tropical air moving in from the gulf of mexico. that will allow fo
was buried under a suburban detroit shed around the time hoffa disappeared. >>> today, ten miles of one of the busiest freeways in america closed. people in los angeles are calling it car mugedden two. will it live up to that name? last summer, drivers went through a similar closure on the 405. it went smoothly because most drivers actually tried to avoid the 405. are they doing it again this year? lots of construction activity behind you, but thankfully, no, i guess, traffic tie-ups anywhere. >> we actually just got an update from the l.a. fire department and the organizations that are running this construction. we're actually hearing that so far, there aren't any major massive delays anywhere in the los angeles area. it does appear that people are listening to the public warning to try to stay at home. i'm going to quote the fire chief here and she actually said that carmageddon so far is an excellent sequel. what is happening behind me is what is referred to as carmageddon. the nation's busiest stretch of freeway. there's a ten-mile stretch that is shut down. if you have ever driven
to finding the watts company, elroy worked for governor john engler of michigan. he, like me, is from detroit michigan and is a graduate of moorehouse college. thank you, elroy. [applause] >> next, albert sanders jr. come on down. albert sanders jr. is counsel to the united states committee on the judiciary. he's a principal legal and policies adviser, the assistant majority leader to senator deck durbin from illinois, chairs the committee on constitution, civil rights and human rights. he offers counsel on issues ranking from privacy, finances reform and he was named to the luke's 21 under 40 list. mr. sanders earned his become a. in political science from moorehouse college in 2001, there after, completed a certificate at wharton business school, while getting his law degree from the university of pennsylvania, where he was president of the path in 2004. he's a member of the state bar of california and the district of columbia bar. [applause] >> andre d. washington, senior sociology major from hinesville, georgia, who currently serves as the 81st student association government president for
. thank you so much, doug mckelway. bill: there is breaking news outside of detroit. this a west bloomfield township in michigan. a man suspected in the fatal shooting of a 12-year veteran police officer barricading him inside the house. suburban detroit now as police and s.w.a.t. team team surround the home. the officer shot a married father of four children, shot and killed around 10:00 in the evening as he entered a home in the oakland county community of west bloomfield township. we'll have more on this and what's being called a terrible day there in detroit, michigan. more after the break. also? martha: book to politics where the pundits from both sides now writing columns about whether president obama is still quote, relevant, after his speech at the democratic convention. the comment has the political world buzzing. we'll tell you what that's all about coming up next. ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] for everything your face has to face. face it with puffs facial tissues. unlike the leading regular tissue, puffs has soft, air-fluffed pillows for 40% more cushiony thickness. so
to be made. >> 125,000 people are still without power. later we'll talk with mitch landrieu. >>> the detroit police looking for the man in this surveillance photo, considered a person of interest in connection with the theft of vice president joe biden's uhaul. it was stolen sunday near a detroit hotel and since been recovered. it contained portable metal detectors for biden's labor day speech yesterday. today is the day despite warnings from the pentagon, the book "no easy day." a s.e.a.l.'s act of the raid of osama bin laden will hit store shelves. release date was moved up from september 11th and the pentagon already worried about loose lips threatened legal action against the author. they say he violated an agreement not to divulge military secret. to say nothing of the code of the s.e.a.l.s to keep their mission secret. >> but it's the violation part that's going to get him in serious legal trouble i'm sure. this year many of the rising stars in the democratic side aren'tn capitol hill, they are from city hall. more than a half dozen mayors scheduled to speak in charlotte. and one is ph
motors. yes, what i don't understand, in spite of that he was willing to let detroit go you bankrupt. i don't think he's a bad guy. i don't think he is a bad guy. i'm sure he grew up loving cars as much as i did. what i don't understand and i don't think he understood, i don't think he understood that saving the automobile worker, saving the industry, what it meant to all of america, not just auto workers. i think he saw it the bain way. i mean it sincerely. i think he saw it in terms of balance sheets and writeoffs. the bain way may bring your firm the highest profits, but it's not the way to lead our country from the highest office. [cheers and applause] >> when things hung in the balance, when things hung in the balance, literally when things hung in the balance, the president understood this was a lot more than the automobile industry. this was about restoring america's pride. he understood. he understood in his gut what it would mean to leave a million people without hope or work if he didn't act. and he also knew -- he also knew, he understood the message it would have sent around
-american brands in the manufacturing center of detroit. connell: jeff flock joining us from detroit with the latest. jeff: we promise to get through this without swearing. this is something that has not taken place in the u.s. since the 70s. now we have watches being assembled in the u.s. once again. the company is shinola. this doesn't do justice to the old saying which is you don't know what you don't know. i have the principle of the company. why do you think you can make watches profitably in the u.s. again and why did you choose the name shinola? >> great bran history. it is important we have a brand that has history in the u.s. and manufactured in the u.s. and manufacturing watches in the toy is a good story. >> the sell to $800 and i am wearing one of these. this is what's shinola watch looks like a. kind of sexy and they don't just have watches. at 2:00 we will be back with other products that shinola is making. interesting success story in america and detroit. i like it. [talking over each other] >> this is a clean room where we are making watches. [talking over each other]
prediction is that after all the votes are counted, even the dead votes of democrats in chicago, detroit and cleveland, i predict that we will win. >> now, joining me now is an original member of the freedom riders, democratic congressman john lewis of georgia. thank you so much for being with us today, representative. and you gave an impassioned speech at the dnc in charlotte. many people remember that, on this very issue, and i want to share with viewers what you said, just a little bit. take a listen. >> i've seen this before. i lived this before. too many people struggling, s l suffering and dying to make it possible for every american to exercise their right to vote, and we have come too far together to ever turn back! >> congressman, you were referring to your work with the student nonviolent coordinating committee in 1965, when you lived through that brutality of the march on selma. that march almost killed you, and republicans deny there is necessary connection here between these moments and that time in history. what's your reaction? >> well, my reaction, it's very simple -- yo
flat rock assembly plant. that plant in suburban detroit, where ford and mazda used to build cars together, will add a second shift next summer, to build the ford fusion. >> they're hourly positions and they run the gamut from working in our body shop, to working in our paint shop, to working in what's known as our final assembly area. and these are all very good paying jobs that will help i think not only the local communities, because in addition to the 1,200 hourly positions in the plant itself, there's a trickle down or a multiplier effect of jobs that are created in communities. >> tom: ford expects its newly re-modeled fusion to be a top seller, already, hitting record sales in august. the michigan plant will be in addition to fusions built in mexico. and there are more pink slips at hewlett-packard. h.p. today said it will lay off an additional 2,000 employees. that's on top of the 27,000 job cuts it detailed in may as part of a $3.7 dollar, multi-year of a $3.7 billion, multi-year restructuring plan. h.p. is world's number one maker of personal computers. it employs more t
central on the line last night in detroit. the tigers trying to claw their way into a tie with the white sox. game tied at 1 in the sixth. young hits one out in a hurry. a three-run homer to make it 4-1 tigers. ace, justin verlander strikes out 11. the tigers win this thing, 4-2. >>> the braves trying to avoid a sweep. at the hands of the philly. atlanta trailing in the bottom of the ninth. 40-year-old chipper jones delivers a walk-off three-run shot to right that caps a five-run ninth inning rally. the braves win it. -8-7. >>> >>> a teenager goes deep deep for the rangers. he homers in this first major league at-bat. the hotshot prospect is just the third teenager to accomplish that feat in major league history. the rangers top the indians 8-3. >> andy roddick's farewell tour at the u.s. open isn't over yet. roddick entered the stadium to huge applause. before his match. last week roddick said he would retire once he's eliminated from the tournament. third set here. hits a shot between his legs but roddick returns it for the winner. roddick wins the match in four sets. he will face 2009
in the fifth. detroit up one. a grounder to short. perfect double play ball or so it seemed. omar infante air mailed the toss to first. in came two and chicago grabbed the lead. white sox increased their lead with a 5-4 win. the orioles inch closer to the yankees. the route was on. baltimore scored thee in the first, four in the second. they're just a half game back. the orioles are duking it out with the yankees. jacoby ellsbury left the yard in a hurry. red sox win it 5-2. tampa is falling fast. they're 5.5 back. that's your first look at sports. i'm fred rogan. >>> we check in with dylan dreyer watching the forecast. >> where it's cooler, you won't see sunshine. don't be discouraged in minneapolis where it's 44 degrees. we did have frost and freeze warnings earlier this morning. you'll see sunshine and temperatures back into the 60s. this is all the rain we're watching as we head into this afternoon. right now, it is producing some heavier thunderstorms with frequent lightning across the panhandle of florida. this is going to stretch eastward as we head into this afternoon and there is the
there was no future there before he came to detroit. he worked there to save enough money to bring the kids over. he said to be successful in america you have to be an education and they could not afford an education. we all work and we all say the, maybe we can afford to send one of them to college and they sent my wife to death. dad. he went to college and got a degree in a program where you work a semester and go to school once a master. -- one semester. i have inherited nothing. we earned it the old-fashioned way. [applause] i say that -- [unintelligible] there is a perception that i was born with a silver spoon. i was born with a silver spoon which is the greatest gift you can have an america. -- in america. 75% of life is set up if you were born well in america. there was a factor of employed about 25,000 women they were saving for potential of becoming married and the work force huge factories. as we were walking to this facility, the number of hours they worked, living in dormitories with bathrooms at the end and they had two girls per room. three bunk beds and around this factory was a huge
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when they moved north to places like chicago, detroit. now blacks are coming back to the south. impossible! don't the black people know the south is full of red necks and racist. what black families know to the contrary is that the south has better jobs and a better economic future and more important. it's a better place to raise their kids. put this way. they don't say learn to say yes, sir or no, sir. they learn that in places like montgomery. the mason dickinson line shows up. it's better to be on the southern side. how much better? the numbers don't lie. according to the latest census figure it was the fastest growing region. they moving to texas at 100 a day. that's why factories open in southern states and bmw opens places in atlantic. the american liberal looks upon this and hates the south like an east berlin hated west berlin. around the world we with have seen it time and time again. this is universal truth of history. the south fulfills the same role today. it's existence the heritage and the prosperity expose the liberal project is the -- that's why liberals hate th
much the a's have because they have to go to detroit, the yankees and texas. they won four out of the six and that is not bad. how many games they have left now? six games and i would not bet against the making the playoffs now. the mariners and then they get to play the rangers. all the games will be at home. and my guess i am ready for the a's. if we see more seats filled that is what it comes down to. >> i see it coming down to j. r. i just tell him the light of the coliseum's and where are the fans. >> it is going to be a gorgeous weekend and i know there's the ball to watch the would you do something tomorrow? will you pledge tomorrow to get off your butt and do something? >> i play a big turkey on tv but i move around a bit. it's like the older father driving his kids around on the weekend. >> you said it's all in the car you drive >> i am not running but i am going to say get on your mark spitz said go. but then i will go home immediately and set back on the couch. >> i'll be watching for you as i run by. >> that is a pretty good little run. >> we will see you is 7:53 a.
nvestigation. a suspecced gunman tries to turn himself n,but detroit police were too busy to go pick him up.a party at this house,,ended in gunfire.police say the 36-year-old suspect saturday morning. two of them died; theeother two were hospitalized in serious condition.the suspect tried to turn himself in to authorities, but he did so at a fire station.firefighttrs called police, but no squad cars ever showed up.detroit police now say area patrols were busy with "high-priority runs."the man left the fire station and was able to surrender himself at a police precinct. 3 the 111best ddys of summer &pare down to one. the maryland state fair concludes today, and joel d. smith is there now to show us how to get the most out of the last day... rain or shine.good morning joel d. 3 3 while some of you are headed to the fair... others are getting ready to fire up the grill.we want to know... how are áyouá closing out your summer this labor day? day?that's our question of the open now..the number to call 3 410- 81- 4545. you can also go to fox-baltimore dot com and tell us what you think... sound off
out of detroit assembly plant for a month. that will begin next week. there's the gm stock price today down by 9 cents. dagen: the government's break even on that is $32 a share thereabouts. some new life for a ford plant in michigan as the automaker plans to use the facility to bring production back to the u.s. and make cars that will be sent to the european market. connell: let's join jeff flock at the ford plant. jeff: i remember being told when proposing the volt, it was said the last electric car we made we lost a couple billions how many billions do you expect we will lose on this one? oh well, you can answer. this is a cool car, though, this is a mustang, currently made at this plant here at flat rock michigan. it was a joint venture between mazda and ford. now ford has taken the whole thing over. mazda going back to japan. they are now going to make -- speaking of cars they are making money on, this is the ford fusion. they will make this here. it will be the new u.s. production home of the fusion. they are going to bring production back from mexico where this one was made in m
detroit was in trouble, president obama saved the auto industry and saved 1 million jobs. seven presidents before him republicans and democrats tried to expand health care to all americans. president obama got it done. he made an historic investment to lift our nation's public schools and expanded pell grants so that more young people could afford college. and because he knows that we don't have an ounce of talent to waste, the president took action to lift the shadow of deportation of a generation of young law-abiding immigrants called dreamers. now it's time for congress to enshrine in law their right to pursue their dreams in the only place they've ever called home. america. four years ago, america stood on the brink of a depression. despite incredible odds, and united republican opposition, our president took action and now we've seen 4.5 million new jobs. he knows better than anyone that there's more hard work to do. but we're making progress. and now, we need to make a choice. it's a choice between a country where the middle class pays more so that millionaires can pay less, or a cou
to go down. right now detroit leads 5/0 in the eighth inning. price harbor and the national try to bury the dodgers in washington. tied at one in the fifth inning, he gets one into right and it is off to the races. he later scored the go-ahead run. washington wins 3/1. why are we showing you this? it means the giants magic number to clinch the division is down to six. it could be for by the end of the night. the magic number is a combination of giants winning and dodgers losses, once that number reaches zero the giants clinched the division. of course i fans will need to make a choice tonight whether to watch the ball game, or ... >> a little trouble ford jeff kent on survivor. the questions are, is his knee ok? or will he survive to see another episode? >> money is in pain and i possibly could have torn my acl. if my teammates don't love me they will kick me off this island fast. >> a $10 million prize at stake in the fed ex cup. the buss headed into the weekend is less about their play and more about their relationship after greg norman said this. " what i am seeing is that tiger is r
there are "no discernible remains in the soil samples that were taken beneath a storage shed in suburban detroit. a tipster claimed a body was there around the time the former teamster leader disappeared. the samples are being sent to michigan state university, but police doubt any remains would be from hoffa. >> can you imagine, you know, when we used to drive into new york, my mom would always point to a field just outside the meadowlands and say, that's where gjimmy hoffa was buried. >> i'm sure a lot of people pointing, jimmy hoffa is over there. interesting on cnn.com, why do people still care where jimmy hoffa is? just the made for tv story that this guy disappeared. >> kept getting whacked at the height of his career or allegedly whacked. >> yes. >> one should say. >> the perfect word. >>> all right, to baseball and a homer heard around the league, but not the one that everyone expects. homer bailey. the cincinnati reds pitcher threw a no-hitter against the pittsburgh pirates and the first for the reds since the 1980s. >>> today ten miles of one of the busiest freeways in america, they're
a little frontal boundary just to the west of detroit and then moves their way back to southeastern missouri. and it looks like they will be going through pretty quickly. they won't go through until saturday night. in the meantime a little system that will dip into the west lakes. they won't have too much moisture with it. don't change your plans, as they go there u, maybe a sprinkle. ushering in had pretty cool air. now it will work out kind of nicely. a few high level clouds. temperatures are fantastic. 70 in bethesda, 76 in rockville and gaithersburg and great fall. 73 in sterling and 73 in college park. pretty nice. okay, more like summer for a while at least. tomorrow is the last full day of summer. it will be cool tonight, not chilly. you'll need your sunglasses tomorrow and even warmer for you on saturday. we're talking mid-80s on saturday. not as chilly. open up the windows to about 60 downtown. we'll trade in the 40s for the 50s overnight. 59 downtown to college park. maybe 53 in bowie. mostly pleasant, a cool start, but not a chilly start. high temperatures in the lower 80
have been in americ-corp. my city year watch. my daughter is in one of the toughest schools in detroit tutoring kids. she's totally committed to urban solutions and working with kids all over the country. my first did the same thing in new orleans. it's such a phenomenal opportunity at such little cost. government involvement but it's necessary service. >> cenk: you know, the military is as big a government as it gets. it's ironically hypocritical, we hate government, and then invading a country and using the biggest part of the government that we possibly can. if you're going to bring people together for the military. >> eliot: can we go to the other end of the spectrum that nick kristof has written about suicide among our veterans. more soldiers are dying by suicide than combat. and the response from the military is not as prompt as we would wish. put that aside. it's an issue that we need to deal with. psychological issue of combat seems to be much more severe than historically. >> john: and the president's call for increased mental health for our veterans which i hope we hear spoke
now from the detroit suburb of sterling heights. john, walk us through what you're finding out as well as more on this poll. >> reporter: wolf, as you noted, mitt romney was born here. he went to high school in the next county. during the republican primaries he told all the republicans across the country he was more electable, a, because of his business experience, but, b, he could put reliably blue states in red. sixteen electoral college votes but our new poll numbers suggest governor romney might have to look elsewhere. it is the defining question in a statement romney was counting on as a fall battleground. >> who do you think would do a better job of improving the economy, the republicans or democrats? >> reporter: romney was born and raised here and his father was governor and an auto industry ceo. but so far all signs point to michigan and its 16 electoral votes staying blue, in the president's column. a new cnn/orc poll shows the president with an eight-point lead statewide among likely voters and a 13-point edge in the critical detroit suburbs. >> he's pretty down to earth wh
at the expense of american workers here at home. mitt romney proudly wrote an op- ed entitled "let detroit goalie bankrupt -- "let detroit go bankrupt." if he had had his way, devastation would have cascaded from ohio and across the nation. mitt romney never saw the point of building something when he could profit by tearing it down. if mitt was santa claus, he would fire the rain gear and outsource the elves. [applause] mitt has so little economic patriotism that even his money needs a passport. it summers on the beaches of the cayman islands and winters on the slopes of the swiss alps. [applause] in matthew 6:21, the scriptures teach us that where your treasury is, there will your heart be also. and my friends, any man who aspires to be our president should keep both his treasure and his heart in the united states of america. [cheers and applause] is well pastow, it wa time for -- the welfare to work, he is lying, as simple as that. and on his tax return, he is hiding. you know, you have to wondered just what is so embarrassing that he is going to such great lengths to bury the truth. but whate
think of another son of an automobile man. governor romney. he grew up in detroit. my data managers and his dad ran the entire automobile company. american motors. understand, in spite of that, he was willing to lead detroit go bankrupt. i don't think he is a bad guy. no, i don't think he is a bad guy. i am sure he grew up loving cars as much as i did. " what i don't understand and i don't think he understood that saving the automobile worker, saving the industry, what it meant all of america. not just autoworkers. i think he sought it in terms of balance sheets and write offs. folks, the bain way they bring the firm the highest profits but it is not the way to lead our country from the highest office. when things hung in the balance, literally hung in the balance, the president understood that this was about a lot more hope than the automobile industry. this is about restoring america's pride. he understood why it would mean to leave 1 million people without hope or work if he did not act. yet he also knew and understood the message that was sent around the world. the united states
''s that will not work for the country if mitt romney is sitting in the oval office. mitt romney saw the death of detroit as good for investors. he could not see what the auto industry meant for the millions of middle-class families who depend on those jobs. barack obama, he immediately understood what was at stake. he saw saving the auto industry as good for his shareholders, the american people. [applause] president obama made the tough call and saved the auto industry. [applause] luckily, we have a choice, a clear choice in this election. president obama understands that, while government alone cannot states -- create jobs, it sure can create an environment for companies to grow and invest, and higher. that is why president obama has a plan to create jobs and build a strong economy to last. for yourself at fixe .com.kobama dot c president obama is working for the men and women in this nation. he is investing in you, your education, job skills, and the roads and bridges we all depend on when i began as governor, i received a phone call no government -- note governor wants to get. one of our top employe
bailout. those same things when mitt romney said let's let detroit go bankrupt, have a conversation about the auto bailout, about foreign policy and now that obama administration has not run from their record which was the assumption, which would be done, now the republicans are left flat footed wow, he has some answers and they then do not have answers to those. >> in fact, we did build it. >> we're also learning something through this process about romney as a manager and leader he was a turn around specialist is a myth. we ran a series of stories a couple weeks ago showing what romney did at bain wasn't turn around companies, he didn't even care about turning around the companies. what he did was go in and suck value out of the companies before they collapsed and he got his money whether they collapsed or not. he doesn't have experience in managing. he wouldn't know anything about the business hess was running. he was proud of that fact. other people do that. they took out the money and got out of dodge before the companies fell apart. the idea he's a managerial expert who knows how to
and cred detroit there to help working families and lower income people. so again, we really don't know and that's why he has opened himself up to a lot of criticism that his plan would end up cutting taxes on the wealthy and increasing them on middle and lower income households. >> erin, you covered the campaign in the spring and summer and romney and ryan said they closed loopholes in the tax code. annie just mentioned tax code but they just won't tell us which ones. take a listen. >> give me an example of a loophole that you will close. >> well, i can tell that you people at the high end, high-income taxpayers are going to have fewer deductions and exemptions. >> don't viewers have a right to know which loopholes you're going to go after? >> so mitt romney and i, based on our experience, think the best way to do this is to show the framework, show the outlines of these plans and work with congress to do this. >> tax loophole also is there a reason you guys respect naming specific tax loopholes? >> yes, because we want to get it done. >> now, am i missing something, because from what
." detroit, michigan, "romney's 47% remark: will it sink his campaign?" andrew kaszynski at buzz feed has been doing thiz rouese rounf swing state newspaper's front-page headlines. so it's a great way to get a snapshot of how things covered in the national press are actually translating on the ground, where the voters who will decide this election will actually be reading about it in their local paper. and the romney campaign's media problem becoming a national problem, a coast to coast nationwide problem is evident now not just in newspaper lines like you just saw across the country, but also in the polling. every day now, we're getting new waves of polling data from the nine or so states that make up the swing state map for the election. these are the latest numbers as of today. in new hampshire, mr. romney currently holding a three-point lead. that is a rasmussen poll. in virginia, it's president obama up by seven. in florida, it's president obama up by five. in colorado, it's president obama up by one. in wisconsin, it's president obama up by six. in michigan, it's obama by eight. in
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